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This review is from: Collection LED A19 7W 40 Watt Replacement Light Bulb, Daylight
Pros: This is a very bright light for only 7w of power. Says 40 watt equivalent and I can't argue. Might even be 50 or 60 watt equivalent depending on your lamp shade.
The color is bluish, when I first put it in, but that was my perception. Compared to the other lightbulbs I had around me, it was blue. But in reality everything I had was horribly yellow. After I switched out four of these, I started to realize the color spectrum I had been missing. If you like more natural light, these are in the white to blue spectrum, and pretty darn bright. Just right for the side of the couch, excellent for around LCD TVs (no glare to speak of) but too bright for the bathroom mirror area for example. Mirrored areas would need more like a 20 or 30 watt equivalent.
Cons: The heat sink does get hot, as it should. But that means you can't put it in enclosures like can lights, as the manual confirms. That means someone, somewhere thought it might get hot enough to melt stuff, which would cause a fire hazard?
Instruction manual states "do no look directly at the light" which I found very hard to do. C'mon, how many of you don't look at your lightbulbs at least once or twice? It's like not looking at the sun: you know you shouldn't do it, but you do.
Other Thoughts: If the 36-year lifespan and semi-shockproof nature of these bulbs holds up, I'm gonna be a very happy customer. Just be careful handling them when hot. The lighted tip of the bulb is plastic and remains cool, but the fins are made of aluminum and get very hot (as they should) as they are a heat sink.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It does its work without complaining.
Benchmarks higher than other processors costing more.
Cons: Pair it with quality RAM. Not really a con, but you should follow this anyway.
Other Thoughts: Been running Win7 Ult with a host of developmental programs, servers, virtual machines. This thing saws through every request I give it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Behringer UltraBass BXL900 Bass Combo Amp
Pros: Price, features, quality. The features blow away my last bass practice amp. Of course it was about 15 years old. Now I get all these cool features like a distorted second channel, 7-band equalizer with cool glowing lights which show how much sound is going thru each channel. Yea it's tight.
Cons: Really none.
Other Thoughts: Honestly the reason I bought this is because I thought my other amp fried. After I received this, it started doing the same thing, so obviously it was my guitar that was causing the problem, not my amp. So I guess check ur gear first haha...
But buy this anyway. You'll like it.